Norse Commercial Services has signed a 10-year agreement with Daventry District Council.
In a contract worth £50 million, the partnership will see Norse delivering a wide range of services, including litter picking, street sweeping, general roadside maintenance, clearing graffiti and fly-tipping, along with collection of waste and recycling from household and businesses.
Commenting on the agreement, Norse managing director Dean Wetteland said: “We will be making significant investment in facilities and equipment for environmental services, including a new fleet of vehicles, machinery and equipment and the redevelopment of the environmental depot and offices at High March Daventry.”
Norse now provides waste and environmental services in nine of its 16 partnerships.
The company has a turnover in excess of £137 million and employs over 8,500 staff across private and public sectors. The company has been trading for over 26 years in contract services, strategic services and FM.